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Spot on: Dave Round scores from the penalty spot

Brucie bonus: Rob Bruce wins possession for Vickerstown

Celebration: Joy for Vickerstown after Danny Cummings, right, put the home side ahead

Seeing red: Dave Round (number 7) is red carded

Back of the net: A header from Danny Cummings, right, put Vickerstown in the lead

PICTURES: MILTON HAWORTH

 Spot on: Dave Round scores from the penalty spot
Spot on: Dave Round scores from the penalty spot
PICTURE SPECIAL: Spirited Vickerstown denied by Fulwood’s two late goals
THE new season started in mixed fashion for local clubs in the West Lancashire League but unfortunately our only Premier Division side, Vickerstown, were left frustrated as they lost 3-2 at home to Fulwood Amateurs.

Appetite: Hungry Scouts enjoy their food at a wide games event on North Walney S FAULKNER

Meeting up: Volunteers from the different Scout troops in the south west Lakes J REES

Leadership: Susie Faulkner, the district commissioner for Scouting within the south west Lakes J REES

Laughs: South Cumbrian Scouts enjoy a burger near North Walney Nature Reserve as they take part in a wide games event

Recipe for success: South West Lakes Explorer Scouts at Dragley Beck, Ulverston, cooking up a meal under the watchful eye of Baycliff Farmers Arms pub chef Will Cooper JON GRANGER

Great outdoors: Scouts embark on their wide game on North Walney Nature Reserve S FAULKNER

Treats: Volunteers dish out burgers to hungry Scouts who attended a wide games event on North Walney S FAULKNER

Views: Scouts enjoy the stunning sunset on North Walney S FAULKNER

 Appetite: Hungry Scouts enjoy their food at a wide games event on North Walney S FAULKNER
Appetite: Hungry Scouts enjoy their food at a wide games event on North Walney S FAULKNER
South Cumbrian Scouts navigate their way to a prosperous future
FOR many of us the idea of Scouting conjures up a very specific set of images.

'Ghetto' plan: A proposal to convert Ulverston Town Hall into 18 flats has drawn an angry response from some residents LINDSEY DICKINGS

 'Ghetto' plan: A proposal to convert Ulverston Town Hall into 18 flats has drawn an angry response from some residents LINDSEY DICKINGS
'Ghetto' plan: A proposal to convert Ulverston Town Hall into 18 flats has drawn an angry response from some residents LINDSEY DICKINGS
'Chicken coop' conditions await tenants of new apartment block
RESIDENTS will be penned in “like chickens in a coop” if a plan to convert a former town hall into apartments goes ahead, a town councillor has said.

Ambience: Ben Lewis wows the packed Coronation Hall MILTON HAWORTH

Entertainer: Ben Lewis

Talented: Principal female star Georgie Buckland MILTON HAWORTH

Voice: Isla Wilson in the Puttin' On The Ritz choir MILTON HAWORTH

Skills: Hannah Taylor from Dalton

Audience: A full house at the Coronation Hall MILTON HAWORTH

Strutting their stuff: Kreative School of Dance

Praised: Georgie Buckland MILTON HAWORTH

Contribution: Some of the specially-formed choir

Some of the specially formed choir in the second "Puttin on The Ritz show at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston in aid of St Mary's Hospice in Ulverston." 5th August 2017.

The second "Puttin on The Ritz show at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston in aid of St Mary's Hospice in Ulverston." 5th August 2017.

Principle female star Gerogia Buckland performs in The second "Puttin on The Ritz show at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston in aid of St Mary's Hospice in Ulverston." 5th August 2017. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

Principle female star Gerogia Buckland performs in The second "Puttin on The Ritz show at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston in aid of St Mary's Hospice in Ulverston." 5th August 2017. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

 Ambience: Ben Lewis wows the packed Coronation Hall MILTON HAWORTH
Ambience: Ben Lewis wows the packed Coronation Hall MILTON HAWORTH
Glitz and glamour as the Ritz comes to Ulverston
FOR one night only the bright lights and smashing show tunes of Broadway were transported to a south Cumbrian theatre.

Ambience: Ben Lewis wows the packed Coronation Hall MILTON HAWORTH

Entertainer: Ben Lewis

Talented: Principal female star Georgie Buckland MILTON HAWORTH

Voice: Isla Wilson in the Puttin' On The Ritz choir MILTON HAWORTH

Skills: Hannah Taylor from Dalton

Audience: A full house at the Coronation Hall MILTON HAWORTH

Strutting their stuff: Kreative School of Dance

Praised: Georgie Buckland MILTON HAWORTH

Contribution: Some of the specially-formed choir

Some of the specially formed choir in the second "Puttin on The Ritz show at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston in aid of St Mary's Hospice in Ulverston." 5th August 2017.

The second "Puttin on The Ritz show at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston in aid of St Mary's Hospice in Ulverston." 5th August 2017.

Principle female star Gerogia Buckland performs in The second "Puttin on The Ritz show at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston in aid of St Mary's Hospice in Ulverston." 5th August 2017. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

Principle female star Gerogia Buckland performs in The second "Puttin on The Ritz show at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston in aid of St Mary's Hospice in Ulverston." 5th August 2017. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

 Ambience: Ben Lewis wows the packed Coronation Hall MILTON HAWORTH
Ambience: Ben Lewis wows the packed Coronation Hall MILTON HAWORTH
Glitz and glamour as the Ritz comes to Ulverston
FOR one night only the bright lights and smashing show tunes of Broadway were transported to a south Cumbrian theatre.

Ambience: Ben Lewis wows the packed Coronation Hall MILTON HAWORTH

Entertainer: Ben Lewis

Talented: Principal female star Georgie Buckland MILTON HAWORTH

Voice: Isla Wilson in the Puttin' On The Ritz choir MILTON HAWORTH

Skills: Hannah Taylor from Dalton

Audience: A full house at the Coronation Hall MILTON HAWORTH

Strutting their stuff: Kreative School of Dance

Praised: Georgie Buckland MILTON HAWORTH

Contribution: Some of the specially-formed choir

Some of the specially formed choir in the second "Puttin on The Ritz show at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston in aid of St Mary's Hospice in Ulverston." 5th August 2017.

The second "Puttin on The Ritz show at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston in aid of St Mary's Hospice in Ulverston." 5th August 2017.

Principle female star Gerogia Buckland performs in The second "Puttin on The Ritz show at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston in aid of St Mary's Hospice in Ulverston." 5th August 2017. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

Principle female star Gerogia Buckland performs in The second "Puttin on The Ritz show at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston in aid of St Mary's Hospice in Ulverston." 5th August 2017. PICTURES by MILTON HAWORTH.

 Ambience: Ben Lewis wows the packed Coronation Hall MILTON HAWORTH
Ambience: Ben Lewis wows the packed Coronation Hall MILTON HAWORTH
Glitz and glamour as the Ritz comes to Ulverston
FOR one night only the bright lights and smashing show tunes of Broadway were transported to a south Cumbrian theatre.

Area: Weston Avenue, Ulverston LEANNE BOLGER

 Area: Weston Avenue, Ulverston LEANNE BOLGER
Area: Weston Avenue, Ulverston LEANNE BOLGER
Ulverston street cordoned off after dangerous chemicals found
HARMFUL chemicals found during a routine police search resulted in an Ulverston street being cordoned off.

Suzanne is pictured (left) with bar staff volunteers: (from left) Liz Marsden, Ian Garnett, Desiree Wood, Sheila Bull and Nicola Mackenzie.

 Suzanne is pictured (left) with bar staff volunteers: (from left) Liz Marsden, Ian Garnett, Desiree Wood, Sheila Bull and Nicola Mackenzie.
Suzanne is pictured (left) with bar staff volunteers: (from left) Liz Marsden, Ian Garnett, Desiree Wood, Sheila Bull and Nicola Mackenzie.
Town theatre happy to let the draught in after learning new skills
A TOWN theatre may feel a bit draughty in the future but staff are confident there will be no complaints from paying punters.

READY STEADY GO SCOOTER CLUB RALLY Ready steady go scooter club rally Hawcoat Park,Pictured: On Abbey road, Members of Barrow Scooter club at the event, Barrow, Saturday 5th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

READY STEADY GO SCOOTER CLUB RALLY Ready steady go scooter club rally Hawcoat Park,Pictured: Scooter's at the event, Barrow, Saturday 5th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

READY STEADY GO SCOOTER CLUB RALLY Ready steady go scooter club rally Hawcoat Park,Pictured: Fred Stewart, at the event, Barrow, Saturday 5th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

READY STEADY GO SCOOTER CLUB RALLY Ready steady go scooter club rally Hawcoat Park,Pictured: Scooter's at the event, Barrow, Saturday 5th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER

 READY STEADY GO SCOOTER CLUB RALLY Ready steady go scooter club rally Hawcoat Park,Pictured: On Abbey road, Members of Barrow Scooter club at the event, Barrow, Saturday 5th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
READY STEADY GO SCOOTER CLUB RALLY Ready steady go scooter club rally Hawcoat Park,Pictured: On Abbey road, Members of Barrow Scooter club at the event, Barrow, Saturday 5th August 2017 LEANNE BOLGER
See the moment dozens of retro scooters raced through Barrow
PETROL heads came from far and wide to take part in the first Barrow Scooter Rally.

Works: Ulverston Coronation Hall covered in scaffolding

Facade: The Coronation Hall

 Works: Ulverston Coronation Hall covered in scaffolding
Works: Ulverston Coronation Hall covered in scaffolding
Five figure facelift begins on Ulverston landmark
THE proud facade of one of Ulverston's most well-known buildings has been hidden away beneath a web of scaffolding.

Vision: An artist's impression of how the development off Priory Road in Ulverston could look

Concerns: Cllr John Clough

JON GRANGER

 Vision: An artist's impression of how the development off Priory Road in Ulverston could look
Vision: An artist's impression of how the development off Priory Road in Ulverston could look
"God help us" - Ulverston councillor hits out over flood-risk housing estate
A STARK warning has been issued by a councillor following the approval of a controversial 200 home housing estate in south Ulverston.

Vintage transport: A Barrow Co-operative Society coal wagon on its rounds SUBMITTED transport-aug-04

Helping hands: Some of the staff members of Dalton Co-operative Society in 1961 with the delivery van SUBMITTED transport-aug-04

Water power: A 1937 Morris Commercial T2 van in the livery of the Cartmel Valley Springs, of Flookburgh, and exhibited at Cark by by Mr A. Ellis BILL MYERS transport-aug-04

Restoration: An Ulverston based 1964 Foden S21A BILL MYERS transport-aug-04

Market leaders: A selection of commercial vehicle badges in the collections tent at Cark BILL MYERS transport-aug-04

Repair gang: A road hammer produced in 1970 by the Pegson firm and exhibited at Cark by Mr A. Sedgwick BILL MYERS transport-aug-04

Take care: A vintage road junction sign shown in the collections tent at Cark by Mr M. Harriman BILL MYERS transport-aug-04

 Vintage transport: A Barrow Co-operative Society coal wagon on its rounds SUBMITTED transport-aug-04
Vintage transport: A Barrow Co-operative Society coal wagon on its rounds SUBMITTED transport-aug-04
Vintage wagons heading for Furness on Cumberland Trunk Run
OUR daily lives would come to a grinding halt without the supplies which are moved around the country by commercial road transport.

Play-off hope: Barrow Island joint-coach Joe Elliott DENNIS SHARP

 Play-off hope: Barrow Island joint-coach Joe Elliott DENNIS SHARP
Play-off hope: Barrow Island joint-coach Joe Elliott DENNIS SHARP
Barrow Island seek immediate response to cup defeat
THERE is little time for Barrow Island to dwell on their Barton Townley Cup final defeat as they return to National Conference League Division Three action tomorrow.

Points: Adam Nicholson was on the scoresheet for Walney Central as they defeated Ulverston CHRIS WEST

 Points: Adam Nicholson was on the scoresheet for Walney Central as they defeated Ulverston CHRIS WEST
Points: Adam Nicholson was on the scoresheet for Walney Central as they defeated Ulverston CHRIS WEST
Walney Central defeat Ulverston in final derby of Cumbria League season
Walney Central 44 Ulverston 10

Performers on stage at the 2016 event 'Puttin' On The Ritz' Photo: Submitted

 Performers on stage at the 2016 event 'Puttin' On The Ritz' Photo: Submitted
Performers on stage at the 2016 event 'Puttin' On The Ritz' Photo: Submitted
Charity cabaret to light up Ulverston stage for a second year running
A SMASH stage show is set to return to a famed Ulverston venue to raise money for charity.

Rachel Holcroft outside her Cartmel pad

Rachel Holcroft who has converted a dilapidated old building into a bijou residence in Cartmel

The Cartmel building before the revamp

An interior shot of Rachel Holcroft's plush pad in Cartmel

An interior shot of Rachel Holcroft's plush pad in Cartmel

An interior shot of Rachel Holcroft's plush pad in Cartmel

An interior shot of Rachel Holcroft's plush pad in Cartmel

 Rachel Holcroft outside her Cartmel pad
Rachel Holcroft outside her Cartmel pad
Shedloads of style in south Cumbria holiday home
ONCE used to house a steam roller and a snow plough, a disused council shed in Cartmel has been transformed by owners Rachel and Ian Holcroft into a light-filled contemporary holiday home.

STOCK PICS --- Barrow Law Courts, Furness Magistrates Court, Barrow Crown Court, Abbey Road, Barrow Monday 6th March 2017 OLIVER BRZEZINSKI

 STOCK PICS --- Barrow Law Courts, Furness Magistrates Court, Barrow Crown Court, Abbey Road, Barrow Monday 6th March 2017 OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
STOCK PICS --- Barrow Law Courts, Furness Magistrates Court, Barrow Crown Court, Abbey Road, Barrow Monday 6th March 2017 OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
Trial set for Ulverston man accused of assault
A 23-YEAR-OLD man is due to appear in court, accused of beating another man.

DISTILLERY – Feature on Shed 1 Distillery Ltd which is run by Andrew Arnold-Bennett (pictured) from his garden shed, and produces gin. Thursday 16th February 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

 DISTILLERY – Feature on Shed 1 Distillery Ltd which is run by Andrew Arnold-Bennett (pictured) from his garden shed, and produces gin. Thursday 16th February 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS
DISTILLERY – Feature on Shed 1 Distillery Ltd which is run by Andrew Arnold-Bennett (pictured) from his garden shed, and produces gin. Thursday 16th February 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS
Gin winner in high spirits following food and drink award
A BOTTLE or two will be cracked open by an Ulverston distiller following his success in a county wide food and drink awards.

Jon Kyme at Stringers Brewery, Ulverston.JOE RILEY

 Jon Kyme at Stringers Brewery, Ulverston.JOE RILEY
Jon Kyme at Stringers Brewery, Ulverston.JOE RILEY
Ulverston brewer hopped up on success following food awards
SOUTH Cumbrian brewery Stringers Beer, of Ulverston, is celebrating following victories in the Great Taste Awards.

Moving on: Danny Keenan has joined Holker Old Boys from Vickerstown JOE RILEY

Still lethal: Crooklands Casuals poacher Dave Mansergh LEANNE BOLGER

Hawcoat move: Barrow AFC under-18s player Jack Elliott JON GRANGER

Presence: Zach Mooney is part of the GSK Ulverston rangers set-up LEANNE BOLGER

Staying put: Askam United boss Ben Shirley HARRY ATKINSON

Step up: Tyler Wood has moved from under-16s to open-age football at Furness Rovers MILTON HAWORTH

Evergreen: Dalton United striker Gareth Jones LEANNE BOLGER

Back home: Jamie Pattinson has returned to Millom from Holker Old Boys CHRIS WEST

Champions: Croftlands defend their Furness Premier League crown SUBMITTED

 Moving on: Danny Keenan has joined Holker Old Boys from Vickerstown JOE RILEY
Moving on: Danny Keenan has joined Holker Old Boys from Vickerstown JOE RILEY
The new season is here: Full amateur football preview for South Cumbria
STEVE BRENNAN looks ahead to the new campaign in the North West Counties, West Lancs and Furness Premier Leagues.

Steven Doherty - Head Chef

Phil Simpson - Lancaster Brewery

CHEERS: Duke of Edinburgh director Matt Jackson celebrates the completion of his Barrow premises first phase. JON GRANGER REF: 0364805

 Steven Doherty - Head Chef
Steven Doherty - Head Chef
Barrow and Ulverston eateries’ celebrity chef sales boom
A PUB chain which owns venues in both Barrow and Ulverston has seen food sales double since the arrival of its very own celebrity chef.

Delivery time: Part of the army of 200 newspaper delivery lads show collecting their Mails in 1911 SUBMITTED mail-aug-03

Technology: A printing press for The Mail and the Barrow News series in 1911 SUBMITTED mail-aug-03

Familiar base: The Barrow News and Mail offices in Abbey Road, Barrow, shown in 1911 SUBMITTED mail-aug-03

Production: Linotype machines setting type for articles in The Mail in 1911 SUBMITTED mail-aug-03

Road transport: Wagons loaded with newspapers outside the Barrow post office in 1911 SUBMITTED mail-aug-03

Printworks: The Hindpool production base of the Barrow News and Mail in 1911 SUBMITTED mail-aug-03

 Delivery time: Part of the army of 200 newspaper delivery lads show collecting their Mails in 1911 SUBMITTED mail-aug-03
Delivery time: Part of the army of 200 newspaper delivery lads show collecting their Mails in 1911 SUBMITTED mail-aug-03
How Victorian newspapers in Furness came together to deliver The Mail
THE daily paper for Furness, Millom and South Cumbria made a recent name change to The Mail and a century-old document explains why this is just the latest in a series of developments in the newspaper industry.

Role: Ulverston's Hetti Sansom at the Tapokera orphanage in Mzuzu with staff members

Mission: Hetti Sansom from Ulverston is now working as director of Malawi based NGO, Ellotte future Building

Mission: Hetti Sansom from Ulverston is now working as director of Malawi based NGO, Ellotte future Building

Fundraising: Hetti Sansom in Malawi

Fundraising: Hetti Sansom in Malawi

Support: Hetti Sansom with flood victims from Mzuzu, Malawi

Inspired: Hetti Sansom

 Role: Ulverston's Hetti Sansom at the Tapokera orphanage in Mzuzu with staff members
Role: Ulverston's Hetti Sansom at the Tapokera orphanage in Mzuzu with staff members
Ulverston aid worker selected as new charity director
A SELFLESS Ulverston charity worker has become the director of an African non-governmental organisation after funds donated by Furness residents helped her achieve her dream.

Eager: Participants at an online training day in Ulverston, organised by Councillor Mark Wilson

 Eager: Participants at an online training day in Ulverston, organised by Councillor Mark Wilson
Eager: Participants at an online training day in Ulverston, organised by Councillor Mark Wilson
Festival of learning helps a town get tech savvy
A NIFTY strategy to help people stay savvy in the digital age has been launched successfully in Ulverston.

Charge: Furness Magistrates' Court

OLIVER BRZEZINSKI

 Charge: Furness Magistrates' Court OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
Charge: Furness Magistrates' Court OLIVER BRZEZINSKI
Ulverston driver keeps licence despite 'shocking' previous record
AN apprentice responsible for a three-car pile up has kept his licence, despite earning a total of 16 penalty points in less than three years.

Peter Johnston, of John Watt & Son

Caroline Dinham, Philippa Dixon, Rob Lewthwaite and Alan Brown, all of Cranstons, with the firm's award winning products from the Great Taste Awards.

Oliver Nohl-Oser

Timothy Cottingham (left) and Luke Christian, of Lakeland Mues.

2nd August 2017. Submitted.

Mark Ritson, of MacKnight, with the firm's award-winning salmon.

Patrick Moore, of More? The Artisan Balkery.

Jon Kyme, of Stringers Beer.

Andrew Arnold-Bennett.

 Peter Johnston, of John Watt & Son
Peter Johnston, of John Watt & Son
Cumbria tastes success at major food awards
CUMBRIA'S food and drink producers have scored highly in one of the industry's most prestigious competitions.

Winning form: North Scale's Mairi Munro MILTON HAWORTH

 Winning form: North Scale's Mairi Munro MILTON HAWORTH
Winning form: North Scale's Mairi Munro MILTON HAWORTH
Donna and Kasey lead Park charge in Furness Women's League
DONNA Shields and Kasey Knott showed excellent form for Park North in Furness and District Women's Bowling League Division Two.

Investigation: Police

 Investigation: Police
Investigation: Police
Yobs leave £4,000 trail of destruction
POLICE are investigating after a stained-glass window was damaged last week.

Andy Poole has opened a male grooming shop in Ulverston

LEANNE BOLGER

Beard science: Male grooming products at The Original Men's Room shop

LEANNE BOLGER

Band together: Some of the items at The Original Men's Room shop in Ulverston

LEANNE BOLGER

Stock: The Original Men's Room shop in Ulverston,

LEANNE BOLGER

New venture:Andy Poole of The Original Men's Room

LEANNE BOLGER

Groom with a view: The Original Men's Room shop in Ulverston

LEANNE BOLGER

 Andy Poole has opened a male grooming shop in Ulverston LEANNE BOLGER
Andy Poole has opened a male grooming shop in Ulverston LEANNE BOLGER
Male grooming en vogue in Ulverston
TRANSITIONING from children’s books to male grooming may not be a traditional career path, but Ulverston businessman Andy Poole is no stranger to embracing change.

Recounting old tales: The Duke of Cambridge talking to veteran Flying Officer Ken Wilkinson in 2015

SAC Megan Woodhouse (RAF)/PA Wire

Iconic: A Spitfire from The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight

 Recounting old tales: The Duke of Cambridge talking to veteran Flying Officer Ken Wilkinson in 2015 SAC Megan Woodhouse (RAF)/PA Wire
Recounting old tales: The Duke of Cambridge talking to veteran Flying Officer Ken Wilkinson in 2015 SAC Megan Woodhouse (RAF)/PA Wire
Tributes following death of Barrow-born Battle of Britain Spitfire pilot who told Prince William "a dirty story"
ONE of the last surviving Spitfire pilots from the Battle of Britain - a 99-year-old born in Barrow - has died.